Everyone loves quick beauty fixes and when tried and teated and they work, even fabulous.

Top beauty bloggers and enthusiast share their best kept beauty secrets with Health Magazine and they come in handy.

From quick drying tips for the nails to removing makeup with coconut oil and more, these six tips are must try out.

1. Use ice for quick, smooth manicure!

"If you have no quick-dry products lying around, dip your painted nails in a bowl of ice-cold water to help them dry faster. It really works!" Michelle Phan a YouTube vlogger says.

2. Throw soft pencils in the fridge

"If your eye and lip pencils are really soft, leave them in the fridge for about an hour before you sharpen them—the less creamy they are, the less waste there is." Christine Miekle of Temptalia shares.

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3. Take off makeup with coconut oil

"After I douse a cotton pad with my regular makeup remover, I add a bit of coconut oil and apply it to my closed eye. It helps break up the makeup, so it slides off with more ease." Julie Gutierrez a YouTube vlogger shares.

4. Use a card to achieve volume on lashes

"Before applying mascara, place a business card or index card behind your lashes to cover your lid. Starting at the roots, swipe mascara all the way to the tip. You can really let the wand fly so it lengthens without making a mess—the mascara will just hit the card! Your lashes will go from barely-there to full and thick in seconds." Jeannine Morris of Beauty Sweet Spot shares.

5. Use tee-shirt to dry out hair instead of a towel

Rather than using a towel, dry hair with a soft, old, worn-in T-shirt and pat dry. Don't rub! Rubbing hair with a towel leads to breakage." Michelle Phan shares.

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6. If you have to pop pimples, use witch hazel

"If you really must pop a zit, follow with a swipe of witch hazel on a cotton pad to kill bacteria, then ice it for 10 minutes. The inflammation and redness will go down much faster." Kathryn Romeyn says.